Wales Cottage Holidays
- Dog friendy accommodation in Anglesey
- Broad sandy beaches, soaring sea cliffs
- Established for over 35 years
- Rural & coastal self-catering holidays
- Plenty of local attractions
- Stunning scenery
Wales Cottage Holidays - Dog Friendly Cottages in Anglesey
Dog and Pet Friendly Cottages
As a member of your family your dog should also be able to come with you on holiday and with Wales Cottage Holidays, they can! Nearly half of our beautiful cottages accept at least one pet, with many accepting 2 or even 3 dogs.
Our pet-friendly cottages all over Wales make your holiday even more fantastic, especially because your pet can go on days out with you and the rest of your family. Best beaches for dogs in Wales With over 870 miles of Welsh coastpath to explore, why not take your faithful dog to a day out at the beach?
A large majority of beaches throughout Wales accept pets all year round; however some of the more popular beaches do have some dog restrictions, normally between April and September. In North Wales, a perfect beach for families and pets is Traeth Llydan, which is found to the south of Rhosneigr in Anglesey.
The beach has no restrictions for dogs at all, meaning he/she, as well as your family, can enjoy the spectacular 1.5 mile’s worth of sand that the beach offers. For that extra bit of exercise for your dog, take them running through the sand dunes that surround the beach. If you’re already in the area, be sure to visit the nearby Maelog Lake. As a natural wildlife area, please keep your dog on a lead whilst walking along the tranquil footpath.
If you would prefer to visit South Wales, take a walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and come across the remote Aber Mawr Bay beach where dogs are always welcome. If you try and visit the beach at low tide, you will see a number of tree stumps buried in the sand where a forest used to stand over 8,000 years ago! The fascinating history and spectacular scenery means the walk to Aber Mawr bay is definitely worth the trip.
Mid-Wales offers some of the most attractive countryside in the country, rolling green hills with miles of designated footpaths alongside rivers and streams. Stunning coppiced woodlands with bluebell walks, perfect for your dog to have a good explore. Further West you will find the town of Aberystwyth with two fantastic pebbled beaches – aptly named North and South beach.
Due to both beaches being very popular with families, there are dog restrictions in place between May and September. Cardigan Bay is not to be missed with its golden sandy coves and National Trust beaches, some with restrictions but largely dog friendly. The area is well known for the largest population of bottle-nosed dolphins in Europe, very easy to spot in the summer months – about 250 altogether.
Sometimes you can see the dolphins from the shoreline, but for a closer experience take one of the many boat trips running all along the Bay.
Wales is the first country in the world to have a formal walking trail all the way around its coastline – that’s 870 miles altogether making it perfect for joining your dog on their favourite activity! As well as the path being recognised as having national importance for its spectacular scenery and historical features, a part of the walk named the Pembrokeshire Coast Path has been voted by the National Geographic magazine as the second-best coastal destination in the world.
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